It has been rumored again and again over past few months that Apple’s upcoming iPhone 7 won’t offer a radical change from the design and look perspective. Now a newly leak schematic suggests that the upcoming iPhone 7 will boast an identical width and height to the current iPhone 6s.
While there’s always a chance of rumors turning out to be false, but it’s becoming more and more clear that this year’s iPhone revision do not have many exciting things to offer. This also indicates that the fruit company is saving it major refresh – in both specs and design, for next year’s iPhone revision, which will also mark the tenth birthday of Apple’s revolutionary smartphone. Some reports have even claimed that Apple will be skipping iPhone 7s and go straight to iPhone 8 in 2017.
Take a look at the leaked schematic of alleged iPhone 7:
iPhone 7 is widely expected to come with a dual lens camera system and faster A10 chip-on-board. It is also widely reported that Apple will be ditching some of the antenna lines from the back of the devices as well as the 3.5mm audio jack. Previously, it was reported that Apple had plans to introduce Smart Connector in the iPhone 7, however, newer reports says otherwise.
It would definitely be a bold move by Apple to introduce a new model of iPhone, with a design that closely resembles to a two years old device, especially when the company first time reported declining sales of its smartphone.
Do you think minor design changes, featuring fewer ugly antenna lines on the back, or making the device thinner will be enough to appease customers? Will you still buy an iPhone 7 if it comes with minor improvements or skip this years model in favor of the big anniversary edition next year? Share you thoughts in the comments section below.